Located just next to HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center, HonorHealth Medical Group - Heuser is a 12,000-square-foot practice with 18 exam rooms, three procedure rooms and a laboratory. Patients can access radiology services within the clinic's office complex.

The center provides a setting where you develop a practice that provides comprehensive primary care to a continuity panel of patients—you care for patients on a continuous basis throughout your training. Each resident belongs to patient care teams that emphasize and facilitate continuity of care and provide team-based care to your patient panels.

  • First-year residents spend one or two half days a week seeing continuity patients.
  • Second-year residents spend two to three half days a week seeing continuity patients.
  • Third-year residents spend three to four half-days a week seeing continuity patients.

Specific areas of focus that help to prepare residents for real-world practice after graduation include:

  • Patient-centered team base model of care
  • Coordination of care & chronic disease management, including Patient Panel Management
  • Community Resources to address Social determinants of health and healthcare disparities
  • Integrated behavioral health and nutrition
  • Group visits model of care
  • Billing and coding
  • Patient and office workflow design
  • Scheduling to maximize continuity and patient access to care
  • Personnel issues including conflict management
  • Telemedicine and other ways to maximize technology
  • Patient experience

Patient mix

HonorHealth Medical Group - Heuser has a partnership with NOAH, or Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health, an HonorHealth community outreach partner that is a Federally Qualified Health Center. Our center treats a diverse patient population, allowing you to gain extensive experience and skills in caring for the underserved and health disparate populations.